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Pula, situated on the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia, is a captivating yacht charter destination that offers a unique blend of history, natural beauty, and modern amenities. Boasting a rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and a thriving maritime scene, Pula has become a sought-after location for those seeking an unforgettable yachting experience in the Adriatic Sea.

Pula is the largest and most important seaport in Istria, and the well-protected Pula Bay places it among the best natural harbours of the Adriatic. Pula is accessible by various means of transport. Pula International Airport is located only 6km from the town itself.

Historical and Cultural Charm

The rich itinerary of its three-thousand-year-old history, where every step you take through the old town is a landmark, begins and ends with the Roman amphitheater - Arena. The Arena is well preserved and even today hosts world-known music and film festivals.

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Pula shows its history at every corner. From the ancient Roman monuments like the Amphitheater, the symbol of the city, the Arch of the Sergii, and the Temple of Augustus to the Medieval and Renaissance buildings from the Venetian and Austro-Hungarian Empire times.
A popular attraction is a series of cranes in Uljanik shipyard, known as Lighting Giants installation. These cranes are illuminated as part of a light show each evening between 9 pm and midnight.

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Culinary Delights

Istria is renowned for its delectable cuisine, and Pula is no exception. Yacht charter visitors can indulge in fresh seafood, truffles, olive oil, and Istrian wines. Exploring the local markets and waterfront restaurants provides an opportunity to savor authentic Croatian dishes while enjoying the picturesque views of the Adriatic.

In Pula, just as in most towns of Istria, be sure to taste seafood specialties and Istrian prosciutto. The influence of Italian cuisine in Istria is best felt in the different types of tasty pasta offered in Pula. The most popular are fuži and gnocchi.
In Pula’s restaurants, you can also try truffles, rare and precious fungus growing under the ground in the very heart of Istria.

Over the last few years, Istria has become the leading Croatian region in the production of top-quality wines. The synonym for white wine in Istria is Malvasia, and the representative of red wine is Teran. Istria also boasts a diverse array of liqueurs that reflect the area's unique flavors and cultural heritage. These Istrian liqueurs, often crafted with locally sourced ingredients, offer a delightful and authentic taste of the region. Here's a glimpse into the world of Istrian liqueurs:

Sailing and Yacht Charter Opportunities

Pula's location on the Istrian Peninsula opens up a world of sailing opportunities. Yacht charter enthusiasts can navigate the Adriatic Sea, exploring the nearby Kvarner Bay, Rovinj, and the vibrant coastal towns along the Istrian coastline. The area offers diverse sailing conditions, from calm waters for leisurely cruising to more challenging stretches for those seeking an adventurous sailing experience.

Two large marinas, ACI Pula and Marina Veruda, and a newly built Marina Polesana are open all year round and provide all necessary facilities for a safe and comfortable stay.  Different types and boats and yachts are available for charter from Pula: Sailboats, Catamarans, and Motorboats.

The Istrian coastline around Pula is adorned with crystal-clear waters, hidden coves, and lush green landscapes. Yacht charters from Pula allow visitors to explore the enchanting Brijuni Islands, a national park archipelago with diverse flora and fauna. The islands boast Roman ruins, a safari park, and immaculate beaches, making them a perfect destination for a day of relaxation and exploration.

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Pula stands out as an enticing yacht charter destination in Croatia, offering a perfect blend of history, natural beauty, and modern amenities. Whether you're drawn to its ancient Roman sites, stunning coastlines, or vibrant cultural scene, Pula provides a memorable yachting experience in the heart of the Adriatic.

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